Well, this is exciting. Björk has announced details of a new exhibition, spanning two months in a residency at London’s Somerset House.
‘Björk Digital’ will use music from 2015 album ‘Vulnicura’ in a snazzy, multimedia showcase of her work. True to form, it contains lots of futuristic gizmos, like 360-degree virtual reality videos, or an immersive experience of hearing ‘Mouthmantra’ while sitting inside her mouth. As you do.
What’s more, Björk has announced a special one-off show at London’s Royal Albert Hall, her first headline show in the capital for three years.
More details via Time Out.
21 London, Royal Abert Hall
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